Are You Doing the Work? 3 Elements to Incorporate into Your Spiritual Path

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Are You Doing the Work? 3 Elements to Incorporate into Your Spiritual Path

Adapted from Monica and Michael Berg’s Spiritually Hungry podcast. Listen and subscribe here.
July 31, 2023
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Our lives are filled with work. Careers, relationships, friendships, social functions, household chores – they all take time and effort, and it can sometimes feel like the work never ends. Adding spirituality to the mix can seem like yet another thing on the to-do list, and so it often gets deprioritized. However, the work we put into our spiritual path is work that benefits all other areas of our lives. Making spirituality a priority is key to achieving the life we are meant for – one with endless joy, peace, and happiness.

Here are 3 elements to incorporate into your spiritual work:

1. Make your spiritual work consistent, even when it isn’t convenient.

Building a deeper and deeper connection with the Creator is what ultimately brings us lasting fulfillment, but the path is not always easy. We can sometimes fall into the trap of seeing our spiritual path as something that is nice to have but not necessarily important for our survival, so we put it on the back burner for when we have more time. The truth is that if we want a thriving life in all areas, it requires consistent internal spiritual work.

Ask yourself, “Is my spiritual work consistent, or do I only work on it when I feel like it?” Make time for your spirituality every day, not just when you feel inspired.

2. Push yourself out of your comfort zone.

Stepping outside of our comfort zone is a key part of our spiritual work that pushes us to grow in powerful ways. It’s easy to fall into a comfortable routine with our spirituality. Even the way we share with others can become comfortable sometimes. For instance, a billionaire giving a big check to a charity is a spiritual act but not necessarily transformative for him. It might be much more difficult (and therefore powerful) for him to go prepare meals for the homeless or clean toilets.

Sharing and practicing spirituality from a place of comfort is great, but it only takes you so far. Make sure you are also pushing yourself out of your comfort zone in ways that positively affect others.

3. Strive to become like the Creator, a loving and giving force.

The wisdom of Kabbalah teaches that ultimate fulfillment comes when we are in perfect connection with the Light of the Creator. We are like a puzzle piece that needs to fit back into the Creator. Our spiritual work is to sand down the sharp edges that don’t fit. We achieve this through studying and working towards becoming like the Creator, a loving, sharing force of goodness.

Focus your spiritual work on emulating the Creator. Ask yourself, “How can I be more like the Creator today?”

Living the life you are meant to live requires an intensity of spiritual work. Take note of whether your spiritual path is consistent, challenging, and pushing you to become more like the Creator. The more you prioritize your spiritual work, the more benefits you will see in all other areas of your life.

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